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Hi, So tonight I got promoted to Corporal and thrown in at the deep end so to speak. I was asked to take final parade in a different way to which we usually do it. Thanks In Advance? What was different about it? Tallest on the right, shortest on the left, in a single rank, SIZE -Everyone right inclines and walks smartly so they are in a single line in height order.
From the right, NUMBER -Everyone except the marker turns their head and eyes to the right and in order they go down the line shouting their number and turning their head and eyes back to the front. The marker is 1 and it goes uo from there. Odd numbers take two steps without swinging arms.
Number one stand fast, ranks right and left TURNS -The marker stands fast, and the front rank is to turn to the right whilst the rear rank turns to the left. The rear rank currently facing left do a right double wheel to get in line with the front rank. Each file turns into-line individually once the last man has halted. Simple stuff. But back to the original post as much as i am drill monkey and i live and breath it.
I think you just need to adapt it to the space you have. Dress off the squad, eyes front, done Sizing a squad in a nutshell. The correct version of get on parade is in this years sequence though!
Drill and Ceremonial - Kent Air Cadets
Prior to the issue of this ACP,. Whilst the contents of this. Drill is a powerful aid to discipline and is readily available to all elements of the ACO for that. It develops in our young people a sense of corporate pride, alertness, precision and a.
In it is detailed the movements used during drill, and how they should be done. Drill originates from previous times in which armies marched in formation into battle. In modern times drill is used to move smartly from one place to another or on formal parades. In Rafac all cadets and uniformed staff learn how to do basic foot drill and this is usually taught by an adult NCO or by a Cadet Drill Instructor. Cadets can also learn Banner Drill and Arms Drill in addition to the basics, although both of these are usually only used on formal parades. In Rafac a group of cadets doing drill is referred to as a 'flight', 'squad' if there is a small number of cadets or can be referred to as 'squadron' if the whole squadron is doing drill or is on parade. When forming up if there is less than 9 cadets they will be in 2 ranks and if there is 9 or more they will be in 3 ranks.